Cruel owners left the dog to freeze outside while they warmed up in a warm house

Winter is a particularly difficult time of year for street animals because nature has simply not adapted them to cope with frost on the streets. Everyone involved in this story learned how difficult it is for animals to survive when it’s freezing outside.

The call went out in the morning. It was a freezing day and the woman who called was worried about a dog that was freezing in front of her. The woman said she had seen the dog in a neighbour’s garden, but could not get to it because the neighbour would not open the gate for her.

The volunteers who arrived at the scene saw a dog lying outside the door of the house, barely breathing and saying goodbye to life. The yard was surrounded by a high fence, so the woman who called could not get to help.

The owners had left the puppy under the door to die, not letting it get warm. Outside, the entire door was scratched, clear evidence that the animal had been trying to get inside for a long time, desperately fighting for its life. But the dog’s owners were indifferent to its cries for help.

The volunteers were able to get over the high fence and immediately began warming the animal. The dog was struggling to breathe, his pulse was weak and his paws were frozen. The most shocking news was waiting for the volunteers – the dog’s owners were in a warm house, but they were not letting the animal in.

As well as the people in the house, there was a second dog. Unlike the one living on the street, this dog was healthy and well groomed. The owners would not explain their harsh treatment of the dog, only that they did not care what happened to it, and that the volunteers could take it with them if they wished.

The volunteers named him Blizzard. The dog’s health had been badly affected by hypothermia and he had a complicated case of pneumonia, but thanks to the efforts of the vets and the help of the volunteers, Blizzard has made a full recovery. The dog has already managed to make friends, so he is very happy and will be even happier when a new family is found for him.

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